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>>2019, Screening, Showcase, Singapore Premiere>Taking the Horse to Eat Jalebis (Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon)
Taking the Horse to Eat Jalebis (Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon)

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Synopsis: The film portrays the layers of lives lived by the people of Old Delhi — a pickpocket, a snacks vendor, a labourer-activist, and a conductor of Heritage Walks; It’s a fictional narrative stitched with truths and dreams of people. Patru, the pickpocket, takes people on a walk to show them the underbelly of the city only to end up in trouble with merchants and the police. He decides to conduct his last ‘Dream Walk’, where we discover the subterranean consciousness of the city’s migrant population. These walks create a visual and aural history of Old Delhi from different points of view.

Rating:  NC16
Screening Date: 2-Sep-19

Screening Time:  6.50pm

Venue: Golden Village (Suntec) 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373 Suntec City Mall (East Wing, 038983)

Screen: 5

Language: Hindi

Runtime: 122mins

Subtitle: English

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Director

Anamika Haksar

Cast

Ravindra Sahu, Lokesh Jain, Raghubir Yadav, K. Gopalan

About Director

Anamika Haksar, an eminent director in contemporary Indian theatre, has now debuted as a feature film director. Having trained under Badal Sarcar and B.V. Karanth at the National School of Drama, she was one of the few Indians to train at the State Institute Of Theatre Arts, Moscow. This has led her down a path of formal experimentation in theatre.

Awards

Selected to Sundance New Frontier, FIPRESCI International Critics Jury Award, Best Feature Film at Ottawa Indian Film Festival Awards, Canada, Best Script at Reaktor Film Festival, Vienna, Best Indian Cinema Award, Bengaluru International Film Festival, and Best Debut Director at International Film Festival of Kerala.

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